Creating sustained improvements for neuroimmunology and emerging diseases

The National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases is a world-class research facility focusing on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Our research is world-leading in the area of identification of the pathology, development of a screen/diagnostic test and drug treatments for ME/CFS patients. Our aim is to translate our research to improve ME/CFS patient outcomes in the area of preventative medicine, social and clinical care, and public health.

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2021 ME/CFS International RID Conference (Gold Coast)

16-17 November

Key focus areas

  • Ion Channel Research
  • Immunology
  • Neuro Imaging
  • Epidemiology and Health Economics

Giving

The National Centre for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Disease is proud to be partnered with the Alison Hunter Memorial Foundation (AHMF).  Donations may be made either directly to NCNED or through the AHMF. Please be assured that all donations are eligible for tax deductions. The Development and Alumni Office at Griffith University is responsible for handling all financial donations.

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Partners and collaborators

  • STAFFORD FOX MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION
  • McCUSKER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
  • MR DOUGLAS STUTT
  • BLAKE BECKETT FOUNDATION
  • IAN AND TALEI STEWART
  • BUXTON FOUNDATION
  • ALISON AND PETER CAMPBELL
  • HENTY COMMUNITY

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